Coworking spaces designed for women are beginning to pop up around the world, as traditional offices are becoming a thing of the past. Modern technology and the ability to work from anywhere, anytime, has created a surge in co-working spaces. These spaces offer many perks and great opportunities for networking. The collaborative spaces for women are becoming more popular as the benefits of being surrounded by a community of women who value collaboration over competition and inspire each other are being recognized.
Here’s our list of some of the best coworking spaces for women around the world:
Location: St. Louis, MO
This beautiful, light-filled coworking space in St Louis has a dynamic community of women. RISE has an amazing, unique feature, their teen membership model, which allows teen girls to work in the space and engage in mentorship or internship programs. This helps young women better shape their future and get involved with mentors.
Location: Brooklyn, New York
New Women Space has an amazing vision, to create a positive, lasting impact in their community through in-person gatherings. All their programs are led by self-identified women, femme, queer, trans and gender nonconforming individuals as an active response to the social inequalities faced by many daily. They help support the community and offer affordable tools, resources and space.
Location: San Francisco
The Hivery is a breathtaking, collaborative and creative coworking space, where women can pursue their work, passions, ideas and futures. They are an inclusive community and believe in creating a space for women to have a sense of belonging and connect with the community.
Locations: San Diego (x2), Washington DC, Sweden
Hera Hub is a coworking space and business accelerator where female entrepreneurs can create and collaborate in a professional, productive, spa-like environment. Their platform provides members with connections to other business experts, access to educational workshops, and visibility within their community. They also value flexibility and believe women should have the option to work from home but have access to a professional space when needed.
Locations: Seattle (x3)
The Riveter is a collaborative space that gives women the opportunity to cultivate skills, share expertise, grow networks, and fuel their mind, body and soul. They believe women deserve a place to define success on their own terms. That said they aren’t a private social club, and welcome men and allies into their membership and movement to empower all women everywhere.
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Oneroof is Australia’s leading co-working space for women-led businesses. Oneroof is more than just a co-working space, it is a community, home and ecosystem, that provides everything a female entrepreneur needs, under ‘one roof’. They also have an incubator program that offers support to members at all stage of their entrepreneurial journey.
Shecosystem is a work-life space where women and feminists of all genders thrive by connecting with community and making self-care part of their business strategy. Shecosystem is a open, flexible co-working space that is inviting of women, trans and non-binary people and allies of all genders, who work independently but want to connect with a community that values holistic wellbeing.
Women in Kind is a new co-working space created to address the needs and pain points for women in business. They have a clean, safe and warm space that offers private desks and private offices, in addition to on-site play spaces for children, meal planning and delivery services, dry-cleaning delivery and more. The services and amenities they offer revolve around how they can provide support for working women’s specific needs.
We love spaces where women feel comfortable to connect, share, inspire and collaborate around the world. That’s why we created Behere, to create these connections with women in cities around the world and empower them to embrace flexibility.
Banner photo: The Hivery in San Francisco